Lifestyle

Electrifying times

Saturday saw hundreds visit Folsom’s Historic District for the annual Electricity Fair hosted by the Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park. The event featured a variety of ac ...

Folsom A to Z: Broncho Charles Miller

Editor’s note: Folsom A to Z is an intermittent series in the Telegraph where readers can learn facts and history about Folsom. Each week, the Telegraph will select a landmar ...

Custom 2-story EDH home

The location of this new custom two-story home with four bedrooms and five bathrooms is quite special, located on a large corner lot nestled near Folsom Lake in the gated upscale P ...

Clay Walker set to please Folsom audiences

Certain artists just seem to have an innate sense of what it takes to please an audience. Clay Walker is one of those artists. Whether on stage or in the recording studio, Walker n ...

“In the Heights:” Broadway comes to Sutter Street

Sutter Street Theatre has a couple of shows it returns to every year because people demand to see them again and again. The horror musical “Evil Dead the Musical” retur ...

Folsom A to Z: William Alexander Leidesdorff

Editor’s note: Folsom A to Z is an intermittent series in the Telegraph where readers can learn facts and history about Folsom. Each week, the Telegraph will select a landmar ...

Fall in the Historic District

I try not to be political in my life. I like it when everyone gets along, takes care of each other and is courteous. I don’t care for grandstanding or political positioning. ...

Local non-profit to host fundraiser

Local non-profit WeEMBRACE will host the first Dance-a-Thon and Resource Fair fundraiser in the Greater Sacramento area to help support families of children with autism, cerebral p ...

Another very important election

Just a couple of weeks ago, The Folsom Telegraph co-sponsored a special Folsom City Council candidates forum, along with other reputable local media organizations right here in our ...

Dani Shapiro’s “Hourglass” captures a sliver of life

I started writing on Jan. 1, 1970, as a 10-year-old. It wasn’t much at first, just a calendar block. I would write the weather and, once in a while, a special event that occu ...

Folsom home in desirable neighborhood

Close to shopping, schools and parks, this approximately 1,888-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home was built on a corner lot in 2015 in the desirable Folsom commun ...

Taylor Morrison debuts first models homes at Folsom Ranch

Taylor Morrison Home Corporation will host a model grand opening celebration at Azure and Dakota at Folsom Ranch on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located in Folsom&rsqu ...

Telegraph talks with Council candidates: part two

As election and campaign season is underway, the Folsom Telegraph had the opportunity to sit down with each of the 12 candidates running for three open seats on the Folsom City Cou ...

Telegraph talks with Council candidates: part one

As election and campaign season is underway, the Folsom Telegraph had the opportunity to sit down with each of the 12 candidates running for three open seats on the Folsom City Cou ...

Back Bistro brings casual-fine dining to the Palladio

Long-time Folsom business owners Jeff and Gail Back recently relocated Back Bistro to the Palladio and things are bigger and better than ever – literally. What started as an ...